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Ryu

E-Mail issue

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On one of my computers, when I wish to compile an E-Mail..I wanted to insert a image so I went to the "Insert" then "Picture", right?

It gives me a small window and I hit the "Browse" button yet nothing happened..it won't let me browse my computer yet if I go to the image, which is on my hard drive and hit "Send to Recipient" then it works but the "Browse" command within the E-Mail program won't do it.

Is it being blocked?

I am using Outlook Express, Windows XP service pack 3 and use Avast, AdAware and Spybot S&D

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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Are you using email through a program installed on your computer or via a website?

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I am using Outlook Express, Windows XP service pack 3 and use Avast, AdAware and Spybot S&D

Like I said earlier..I am using Outlook Express on the computer

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Whoops sorry, completely missed that. I have a computer with all the same specs apart from using WSE but I don't think there would be any conflict issues with those programs and making attachments. I have no browsing issue.

Which version of outlook are you using?

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Outlook 6 which is the most current.

Both computers use the same version but on one comp it won't let me browse my computer for images so maybe there is a setting in Outlook that prevents that?

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Possibly, but there could be corrupted outlook files. As it is a part of XP you could try opening the command prompt and typing in: sfc /scannow

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